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  1. Last Friday, President Trump made the following announcement:

    I have decided not to block release of the CIA’s remaining JFK-assassination related records except for those records that directly implicate the CIA in the assassination, which will continue to remain secret.”

    Okay, he didn’t really put it like that. But that’s the potential and likely import of his announcement, which actually read as follows:

    Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and Continue Reading

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  2. In an implicit rebuke of President Trump, former President Bush delivered a speech this week in which he warned against “isolationism sentiments.”

    Isolationist sentiments? Is he kidding? Don’t make me laugh. Trump has made it very clear that he is firmly committed to continuing the forever wars that Bush launched in Afghanistan and Iraq more than 15 years ago and Bush’s perpetual “war on terrorism,” which he used to justify the adoption of such totalitarian powers as indefinite detention, torture, Continue Reading

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  3. As I have repeatedly emphasized over the years, including in my article yesterday, “Trump’s Horrible Truth to the Soldier’s Widow,” U.S. troops who have been killed in Niger, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Vietnam, Korea, or other faraway places did not die to defend the rights and freedoms of the American people. That’s a lie, a lie that unfortunately is deeply embedded all across American society, including in churches.

    There is a simple reason that it’s a lie: No one over Continue Reading

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  4. Warfare-statists are horrified over what President Trump told Mrs. La David Johnson, the grieving widow of a U.S. soldier who was recently killed in Niger. Trump said to Mrs. Johnson, “Well, I guess he knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt.”

    Trump’s statement reminds me of what Herbert Spencer wrote back in 1902 in an article entitled “Patriotism”:

    Some years ago I gave expression to my own feeling — anti-patriotic feeling, it will doubtless Continue Reading

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  5. Amidst all the ongoing chaos, crises, and tensions emanating from Washington, D.C., a Republican candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates in my district in Northern Virginia, a man named Tag Greason, has provided me with some amusement, which I would like to share with you.

    Recently one of Greason’s supporters left a political flier on my front door, which is the source of my amusement.

    Here is what the Greason flier stated:

    * Invested a billion dollars in new Continue Reading

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